Brontosaurus

Album: Looking On (1970)
Charted: 7
  • According to John Van der Kiste in The Roy Wood Story... "Brontosaurus" is "A kind of heavy metal dance song with tongue-in-cheek-lyrics" built around a guitar riff, released in March 1970, and was their last release on Regal Zonophone.
  • Written by Roy Wood, the song runs to around 4 minutes 25 seconds, quite long for a single, especially one by The Move. Backed by "Lightning Never Strikes Twice," it was produced by Wood and Jeff Lynne. >>
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    Alexander Baron - London, England, for above 2

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